Beyonce stans were all for her new endeavor—a fitness line with Top Shop called Ivy Park. But one athletic company was not afraid to come for her on Twitter after it claimed she copied them.

Lululemon replied to a fan who pointed out that the two brands are very similar.

“Is ivy park supposed to be like lululemon?”

It looks like the company agreed; and they didn’t mind letting their followers and customers know.

“They do say imitation is the best form of flattery. Maybe Beyonce is so Crazy In Love with our brand, she made her own.”

The company deleted the post shortly after (see it here). But that didn’t stop fans from coming to them as Lululemon responded to many of its new critics.

One fan told it, “RIP” and used the hashtag #IvyPark.

Lululemon made it clear it doesn’t plan on going anywhere.

It also emphasized they had no intention of “throwing punches” at Beyonce.

It went on to tell another fan they’ve “got nothing but love” for the singer.

It confessed that their original post was “out of line.”

Meanwhile, Beyonce fans aren’t just coming for Lululemon. They’re urging the singer to come out with new music. Her new song Formation and even her announcement of a tour of the same title stirred up talk that she would dropping a new project sooner than later. Given that her most recent album was a surprise one, it’s safe to say that fans are anxiously waiting by their computers/cell phones for a new album to drop.